It doesn't matter whether you have a formal
tenancy agreement in respect of your current occupation or not. This has now
become what is known as a Periodic Tenancy and the landlord is entitled to give
you two months notice which I am sorry to have to tell you is as much as you
are entitled to. It is also as much as your parents would have been entitled to
under the same circumstances.
I'm sorry, I appreciate that this is not the
answer you wanted but there is no point in me misleading you.
Does that answer the question? Can I assist
further or answer any specific queries?
If you have not done already, please don't forget to positively
rate my answer service even if it was not what you wanted to hear. You should
now see a series of buttons which enable you to rate my answer service formally.
If you don't rate it positively, then the site keep your deposit and I get 0
for my time. It is imperative that you give my answer a positive rating.
It doesn't give me, "a pat on the head", "good boy" (like ebay), it is my
If in ratings you feel that you expected more or it only helped a little,
The thread does remain open for me to answer follow-up questions
after rating my answer service.
Rating doesn't close the enquiry at
all even though the site may give that impression. It remains open for you to
read and ask for further clarification.
PS Experts on here are online and off-line all day each day and
weekends so please bear with me if I do not get back to you immediately.
PS. I use voice type, voice recognition typing because I only
type with two fingers and it would take me ages. Sometimes, a computer does not
hear me correctly and you will get an incoherent word. I do try to but
sometimes they slip through. I apologise therefore if anything doesn't make sense.
It is me losing it, not you. Just ask if anything is not clear please.